I have just set up the HipChat integration and this post should be notified to the xllmnrd room on HipChat.
I have integrated visitor authentication with Mozilla Persona into this web site for more convenience and for better privacy. You can now post your comment without typing your email for each time if you have already signed in with Persona. Feel free to give me a feedback!
This is a work-in-progress introductory presentation for xllmnrd. Leave your comment, please.
Embarcadero just launched RAD Studio XE7 but I have not ordered the recharge yet. So XE7 support in HgBDS Mercurial Integration is not available for a while. If you need it very soon, please buy the current preview product on Sellfy and request a free update.
A new temporary project logo was published. This logo will be used until another better-looking logo is found.
The source code and pre-built BPL files for milestone 1.0y2 were just uploaded to SoureForge.
(This post is a reproduction from Change(b)Log.)
As you may know, xllmnrd 2.0 is out now. The next version will be 3.0 and there are several issues I could work on before making a new release, for instance:
- New option to specify the user xllmnrd operates with (issue #31).
- Proper response to A queries (issue #23).
- Removal of the number limit of interfaces (issue #45).
Some of these issues may be in version 3.0 and others may not. So, I would like to know which issue is more important than others to you? I will try to work on the issues that get more votes.
If you have a Bitbucket account, please vote for the issues that are important to you.
(This post is a reproduction from the SourceForge project news.)
The HgBDS Project is looking for RAD Studio users who use Mercurial to track their project versions. It would be better if experienced with C++Builder. If you can test new plug-ins on your PC, please let me know.
This release adds a new (but not important) feature:
- xllmnrd now answers all the IPv6 addresses of the interface it sends a packet on.
An update to RPM packages on Sellfy will follow soon.
[Update: RPM packages now updated with a new price.]